Restoration of Hemel Hempstead’s much-loved Jellicoe Water Gardens is starting on 27 July – following preparation work earlier this spring.
Dacorum Borough Council is inviting older residents of the borough to find out more about the benefits of living in supported housing at Open Days planned at some of its schemes.
Tourism businesses are invited to the official launch of Enjoy Dacorum, an industry-led destination initiative to boost the local tourism economy.
Dacorum Borough Council celebrated with residents this week as they officially completed the first new council homes in over 25 years.
Dacorum Borough Council is on the search for this year’s Clean Safe and Green Community Champion.
Dacorum Borough Council have organised a leisurely ride along the Nickey Line to join a day of fun filled cycling events at Redbourn’s Fete du Velo on Sunday 5 July.
A 30 days amnesty which allowed residents not living in their council home or illegally subletting to hand back their keys has been judged a great success with 7 keys recovered.
Top international female cyclists raced to the finish line in Dacorum on Sunday, June 21 for the fifth and final stage of the Aviva Women’s Tour 2015.
Dacorum Borough Council’s recycling team have been celebrating National Recycle Week (22 - 28 June) by encouraging residents to expand their recycling routine to include items from every part of their home.
The new Rothschild Room at the Natural History Museums is now open following months of redevelopment work, and will take you on a journey through the scientific legacy of the Museum’s founder like never before. The revitalised permanent gallery includes new specimens and interactive displays to celebrate and explore the life of Lord Lionel Walter Rothschild. You will also discover the talented scientists and daring specimen collectors who worked closely with him, including his curators, Ernst Hartert and Karl Jordan.
The gallery is inspired by the extraordinary life of Lord Rothschild and his passion for the natural world. Uncover the story of his early life, learn about the development of his Museum and see the specimens that he collected and named including butterflies, moths, beetles as well as some of his favourite birds.